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coming in. this evening, rick santorum has won kansas. 40 delegates there. mitt romney and newt gingrich in a close there for second place there. romney did pick up victory earlier in the day. u.s. territories, guam, virgin islands. and look at this, mitt romney holds a commanding lead for the 1144 delegates needed for the nomination. so as the race now shifts to the south, the bigger question here tonight, is there any way the other candidates can wrestle this away from romney? we asked abc's david kerley to do the math and these numbers are pretty telling, david. >> it is pretty interesting, david. a win say win for santorum tonight, there's no doubt about it. but the math says that really he can't win the nomination. he can, however, help keep mitt romney from getting the nomination before the convention. santorum's big win in kansas was not a surprise and he wasted no time taking on romney. >> we're not electing a ceo, we're electing a commander in chief. and there's one person who has experience doing that. >> reporter: romney and gingrich ceded kansas to santorum. the real battle i
." mitt romney and newt gingrich in a close there for second place there. in guam, the virgin islands. and look at this, mitt romney holds a commanding lead for the 1100 needs for the nomination. and it shifts to the south, is there any way the other candidates can wrestle this away from romney, david kerley. >> good evening. the math says he can't win the domination, he can, however help keep mitt romney from getting the nomination. santorum was no surprise and he wasted no time taking on romney. >> we're not electing a ceo, we're electing a commander in chief. >> reporter: romney and gingrich seeded kansas to santorum. the real battle is tuesday. >> morning, y'all. >> reporter: in the south, romney was is not expected to do well in alabama and mississippi but polling shows he's competitive. a win there could change this race, possibly forcing another candidate out. newt gingrich has said he needs to win in the south. >> if we can win alabama and mississippi tuesday night, we were reset the campaign. >> reporter: but the math says the best his opponents can do is deny romney before t
, santorum and romney sprinted into ohio. >> get out an vote tuesday. >> super tuesday. ten states voting. romney has a step, closing the gap on santorum. >> obviously, if i got the nod from the people of ohio, that would send a big statement. >> romney knows his opponent has a problem. santorum didn't fill out all of the paperwork in ohio. more than a kwurter. up to 18 delegates could be out of reach. romney's campaign jumped out of state. calling into question the ability to run an organized campaign. >> gingrich joined in two. >> we have a number of places we've filed delegates and others haven't. >> santorum tried to brush it all off. >> yes, that's okay. if that's the only thing that they find is a problem with my candidacy, we're in pretty good shape. >> just two days of campaigning left with ten states to cover. candidates picking places where they think they can pick up votes, except for newt gingrich who is doing talk shows tomorrow and then taking sunday off, david. >> david kerley tonight. thanks. i want to bring in our political analyst, matt dowd t-for the big picture, lookin
state. good news for mitt romney with a third of the vote in, he's the leader so far. most of these candidates are not even in washington state. they're half a country away getting ready for the big super tuesday vote. >> reporter: while ron paul greeted voters. gingrich, santorum and romney sprinted into ohio. >> get out and vote on tuesday. thank you so much. >> super tuesday. ten states voting. and romney seems to have a spring in his step in ohio, closing the gap on santorum. >> obviously, if i got the nod from the people of ohio, that would send a big statement. >> romney knows his opponent has a problem. santorum didn't fill out all of the paperwork in ohio. more than a quarter. up to 18 of ohio's delegates could be out of reach. romney's campaign jumped out of mistake. calling into question the ability to run an organized campaign. and therefore, the country. >> gingrich joined in two. >> we have a number of places we've filed delegates and others haven't. so we have a chance to actually pick up a pretty good number of delegates. >> santorum tried to brush it all off
vote" all eyes on this south this evening. can voters suddenly change this republican race? team romney says the math is set. santorum tonight calls the math pathetic. >>> "world news" takes you back inside the danger zone tonight. one year after japan's disaster. our reporter reveals a no man's land, the wild animals left roaming, stunning lack of life. >>> the quarterback drama. two nfl superstars vying for the same job. the fans love them both. could peyton manning be replacing tim tebow? espn's hannah storm right here with her exclusive reporting. >>> and marching into the first class. on board tonight with the penguins taking flight where they're headed next. >> look. they're so cute. >>> and good evening on this sunday night. we begin here with that developing story overseas. an american soldier who went on the attack in afghanistan. one soldier from ft. lewis in washington state, who went door to door in an afghan village opening fire on women and children. tonight the villagers are gathering the bodies covering them in blankets, placing them in trucks, a woman there mourning her
's "your voice, your vote" tonight and puerto rico, they are casting ballots in the primary today. romney in illinois. let's bring in david kerley. what are the lines we know that mitt romney uses on his trail about rick santorum is that he's an economic lightweight and on abc's "this week." he had a chance to respond. i thought we would listen to both and then get your reaction here. >> we're not going to be successful in replacing an economic lightweight if we nominate an economic lightweight and i'm an economic heavyweight. i know how this economy works and i'll get it working for the american people because i care about the american people. >> okay, so are you an economic lightweight? >> for mitt romney to say he's the economic heavyweight, this is a man who doesn't understand, you know, conservative principles. conservatives don't go out and say, i'm going to create jobs and i'm going to change the economy. i'm going to manage the economy. just the opposite. what we believe in is getting government out of the way, creating opportunity and let the private sector do these things. >> an
. the candidates already eyeing the next big contest. mitt romney hit the trail in illinois. rick santorum spent the day in louisiana which comes after so we want to bring in david kerley and, david, what are the lines we know romney uses about his opponent rick santorum he's an economic lightweight and on abc's "this week" santorum got a chance to respond. i thought we would listen to both. >> we won't be successful in replacing an economic lightweight if we nominate him and i'm a heavyweight. i know how the economy works and i'll get it working for the american people because i care about the american people. >> are you an economic lightweight. >> for mitt romney to say he's the economic heavyweight. this is a man who doesn't understand, you know, conservative principles. conservatives don't go out and say i'll create jobs and change the economy. i'm going to manage the economy. just the opposite. what we believe in is getting government out of the way, creating opportunity and let the private sector do these things. >> so, david, he answered within an attack of his own. >> and went an to say
stand right now. mitt romney with a commanding lead on the road to the 1144 delegates with 454. more than the others combined there and so let's bring in our senior washington editor rick klein and, rick, we were both at romney headquarters this week. they say the math is set making it nearly impossible for anyone else to catch up. but rick santorum had something else to say about that map. i wanted to get your reaction. >> it's pathetic, isn't it? i mean now you're going to make the argument i should be president because of math. this is a campaign. this is a guy, mitt romney, who can't make the case as to what he wants to do to change this country. >> so, rick, is the map pathetic. >> it's pathetic only if you think playing and winning by those rules is pathetic. it's a race for delegates. you don't get extra delegates for doing it in a pretty or clean way. romney is the only candidate who's equipped for a long fight. his campaign will look to recapture poetry along the way but for now math is going to have to do. >> there's a lot of talk romney could pull off a clear win in one of
he failed to do last week in michigan, and it may be even bigger actually for mitt romney. he can all but end the nomination fight if he wins ohio. >> and, of course, ohio so crucial in the general election. you and i were talking earlier about the help from mitt romney today from a very famous republican first lady. let's take a listen. >> hi, this is barbara bush. we have known the romneys for years and believe mitt is the best man to lead the country for the next four years, and ann will make a great first lady. >> so, rick, we know what the voters will hear when they get that phone call, but what do you hear? >> it means the republican establishment is falling in line behind mitt romney. this is a statement. it's a strong signal to the gop rank and file, it is time to coalesce behind the man who's almost certain to be the nominee. >> all right, rick klein tonight with the big picture. rick, as always, our thanks to you, and, of course, diane and george will be at election headquarters throughout the night on tuesday with the latest results as soon as they come in right here, abc n
romney is the one to do that. >> let's bring in amy walter. even though louisiana is headed too the polls. a lot of people in the bigger picture, the general election and women. you reported on these numbers, which shows president obama, against mitt romney, 489% of women said they would choose obama. 40% from romney. >> i want to hear what we heard from ann romney this week. >> i love that women are upset too that women are talking about the economy. i love that. women are talking about jobs and deficit spending. thank you, women, we need you, we all need you in november too. >> a direct appeal from ann romney, how powerful is she? >> well, david, it wasn't very subtle, was it? out there on the trail, she is a super star, she's genuine, unscripted and she comes across as real. these are issues where her husband can struggle. >> and then to the flip side, from mrs. obama who went to target, we know the secret behind that. >> i went to target. i thought i was under cover. >> i have to tell you that was the trick. i have to tell you something about this trip, though, no one knew that was me
the nomination to romney. >> you don't believe that the pundits say the race is over. you didn't get the memo. >> reporter: but even the big win didn't bring the dividends. santorum netted five. romney still has twice the number of delegates. the math says romney will win. and some republicans believe the bickering between candidates -- >> santorum has the same light weight background. >> reporter: is hurting their chances. >> he called me an economic lightweight. >> reporter: to beat president obama. seemed to come true when santorum said it might be better to keep president obama than elect mitt romney. >> you win by give lg people the opportunity to see a new vision for the country, not someone who is a different than who is in there. if they are going to be a little different, we might as well keep what we have. >> reporter: the primary doesn't look good for santorum new york, connecticut, delaware. tough sledding for rick santorum but he has no intentions of getting out after this point. >> thanks to you. >>> and also from washington this evening, this image of people who are hoping to g
president obama against mitt romney, 49 of women said they would choose obama. 40 % from romney. >> i want to hear what we heard from ann romney this week. >> i love that women are upset too that women are talking about the economy. i love that. women are talking about jobs and deficit spending. thank you, women, we need you, we need you in november too. >> a direct appeal from ann romney, how powerful is she? >> well, david, it wasn't very subtle, was it? out there on the trail, she is a super star, she's genuine, unscripted and cops across as real, these are issue where her husband can struggle. >> and then to the flip side, from mrs. obama who went to target, we know the secret behind that. >> i went to target. i thought i was under cover. >> i have to tell you that was the trick. no one knew that was me. because a woman actually walked up to me, right, i was in the detergent aisle, and she said, i kid you not, she said, excuse me, i just have to ask you something, i thought, oh, cover is blown. she said could you reach on the shelf and reach that detergent? i kid you not. >> the first
reported president obama against mitt romney, 49 of women said they would choose obama. 40 % from romney. >> i want to hear what we heard from ann romney this week. >> i love that women are upset about the economy too. women are talking about jobs and deficit spending. thank you, women, we need you, we need you in november too. >> a direct appeal from ann romney, how powerful is she? >> it wasn't very subtle. out on the trail she's a superstar. she's genuine, she's unscripted and comes across as real. these arish ye issues her husba struggles. >> tand then mrs. oh qualm ma went to target, we know the secret behind that. >> i went to target. i thought i was under cover. >> i have to tell you that was the trick. no one knew that was me. i was in the detergent aisle. and she said, excuse me, i have to ask you something. i thought the cover is blown. she said could you reach on the shelf and reach that detergent? >> the first lady. how was it to get mrs. obama out there. >> she's an absolute power house on the campaign trail. and remember, while the president leads right now among woman vote
have to convince republicans he hasn't lost the nomination to romney. >> you don't believe that the pundits say the race is over. you didn't get the memo. >> reporter: but the big win didn't bring the dividends. romney still has twice the number of delegates. the math says romney will win. and some republicans believe the bickering between candidates -- >> he has the same lightweight background. >> reporter: is hurting their chances. >> he called me an economic lightweight. >> reporter: believe leaving the victory to president obama. and when santorum said it might be better to keep president obama than elect mitt romney. >> you win be getting people who are going to be different. >> reporter: the primary doesn't look good for santorum new york, delaware. >>> people are hoping to get actual tickets inside the supreme court to hear arkments for the health care law. about 60 seats are available and the lines are longer than that. >>> we have a sad update tonight for the house fire in charleston, west virginia, we reported on last night here. this evening, another person has d
, your vote" and rick santorum is campaigning in illinois. mitt romney heading there two. both battling it out before tuesday. but before then, puerto rico votes, with 23 delegates. in the primary right there tomorrow. i'm going to bring in david kerley who is at the white house tonight, we know that rick santorum, in puerto rico, where they speak spanish, said they to learn english, long before becoming a state. i want to get your reaction. >> they'd have to speak english. that would be a requirement. it's a requirement we put on other states. it's a condition for entering the union. to participate as a state in the united states. >> he stood by that. there were swarms of reporters everywhere he went. what is the fallout expected to be, david? >> it didn't go over well in puerto rico, he tried to walk back over the last day or two saying, it should be the primary language in puerto rico. mitt romney was there this morning. de not say he would need a declaration for speaking english for puerto rico to join the united states. romney expected to do well. if he gets more than 50% of the vo
tonight. the republican candidates are criss-crossing wisconsin, with polls showing mitt romney leading santorum there. there's also voting in d.c. and maryland tuesday. it's suspected this is the week that mitt romney passes the halfway mark to 1144 delegates needed for the nomination. be sure to catch "this week" tomorrow morning when paul ryan just endorsed mitt romney, debates chris van hollen on gas prices, health care in 2012. plus, and coulter joins george stephanopoulos at the "roundtable." >>> and a high level meeting between the u.s. and six arab meetings. secretary of state hillary clinton arrived in turkey and reena ninen is in istanbul. you've been telling us about the extraordinary conversation about the u.s. arming gulf states. >> reporter: that's right, jake, the white house wants to coordinator with saudi arabia and its gulf neighbor ace new defense policy that would include arming them with defense mechanisms to protect from incoming fire from iran's medium and short-range rockets. >> they're looking at a patriot missile system. some countries have these in place, they
rico, he tried to walk back saying it should be the primary language in puerto rico. mitt romney was there this morning. de not say he would need a declarati declaration for speaking english for puerto rico to join the united states. romney expected to do well. if he gets 53% of the votes, he'll have delegates going into illinois tuesday. which is important. >> all eyes on puerto rico and illinois next. while we have you, the video, move on.org. i want you to take a moment to watch this and get your reaction as well. >> a woman impregnated through rape should accept that horribly created gift. gift of human life. accept what god has given you and make the best of a bad situation. >> if we pay for your contraceptives, and have sex, we want you to post the videos online so we can all watch. >> that final girl reciting the words of rush limbaugh there. of course that's just one group's window. is this a larger window of what the democrats will do? how big of a role will this affect the vote going forward? >> huge. the republicans closed the gender gap in ten. democrats were going to
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